In September, Karl Lagerfeld collaborated with Christofle, the luxury Parisian silversmith, on an exclusive edition of the “MOOD” flatware set and decorative case.
Taking inspiration from the Art Deco movement, Karl — himself a long-time connoisseur of Christofle — designed a striking, symmetrical pattern of graphic lines to appear on the elliptical egg shape. There are two versions that have been created: one in polished silver and one in black, lacquered stainless steel.
The sleek MOOD opens to reveal a 24-piece silver-plated cutlery set. Each piece is stamped with a subtle linear print, the Christofle hallmark and the iconic Karl Lagerfeld silhouette logo.
The MOOD is Christofle’s most renowned design that re-imagines the classic codes of table setting; it reflects the brand’s vision for relaxed but refined entertaining. The partnership with Karl Lagerfeld marks the first time in Christofle’s 188-year history that it has worked with a fashion brand.
When there is a new collection involving a great design collaborator like Karl Lagerfeld, one can certainly expect a big launch party. And that’s what French fine silverware brand Christofle delivered for its covetable, limited edition cutlery sets.
Silverware with an Unwavering Sparkle
Guests got up close and photo friendly with the Art Decor inspired set, which is housed in an egg-shaped case as part of the brand’s iconic Mood range.
There are a total of 1,500 numbered pieces available worldwide, and each set includes six table forks, six dinner knives, six tablespoons and six coffee spoons.